- Feb 19, 2007
Seems to be working now! Thank you for all the help!
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does it give any other message than "error in DB"?Jooce said:I'm trying to create Florida using the U00 code, but I'm getting a critical "Error in DB" message. I've got Ricky, and the Ricky hotfixes.
to add a country already defined, you would need to make an .inc file for it that you include in the scenario folder, removing RUS ownership of the Estonian provinces as owned provinces and national provinces, and then add the EST tag to the list of nation tags at the start of the scenario .eug file, and add a line telling the computer to read the new estonia.inc file you create.Spothisto said:what if I want to add a country, which is already made (Estonia), to appear at the start. what i need to do?
I know that there is a possibility to start as Russia and then release Estonia, but i want it to be available to choose from the start.
And as I am already asking then someone could also answer how to increase pops size and variety?
are you getting the error before you select the scenario or after you select the scenario?Jooce said:I've tried to do it twice, so I'm guessing it's not a typo - to answer your question, I used Notepad.
OK so then the problem is with one of the DB files that you have modified.Jooce said:Before, at the loading screen. Before anything even loads, a critical error comes up that reads "-- Error in DB --", with the option to abort, retry, or ignore.
Huh. I restored to a clean DB folder, and repeated the steps... and it worked. No idea what the problem was, but it's working now - I'm not sure why I didn't think of trying that. Thanks for the help.OHgamer said:OK so then the problem is with one of the DB files that you have modified.
Revert to your backup files for DB (you did backup, correct) and see if can load, then start adding any edited files you did one at a time, and then see where it is you get hung up when you load.
Making countries is the same in vanilla as in VIP, or other mods.Does this work for Vanilla?
Well usually the POP files will already be there... you've just added a naton. For information on making POPs, check out the POP forum (particularly this).i was following the instruction for a new nation, and got me a question:
what or when do you work on POP file?